Saudia Announces $44 Billion Joint Oil Refinery with Kafir India

Educationist

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

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lanat hy tujh pr motay
 

BrotherKantu

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
اس دنیا میں کافر اور نا کافر صرف جاہلوں کا مسلہ ہے.

کیا اسلام آنے کے بعد مسلمانوں نے کبھی کسی کافر کے ساتھ بزنس نہیں کیا تھا؟

اپنا اور اپنے ملک کا مفاد دیکھو
اگر آپ کو یا آپ کے ملک کو نقصان ہے تو مت کرو ڈیل

اپنا کاربار ایمانداری کی بنیاد پر کرو تاکہ کافر بھی اعتماد کے ساتھ آپ سے خرید کرے.

اسلام کے کسی دور میں بھی کافر مسلمان کا مسلہ نہیں رہا.

اب یہ صرف جاہلوں اور بے ایمانوں کی برابلم ہے.


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abdlsy

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

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Mubarak fatsoe bharatee huramee pisssu
 

Wicked

MPA (400+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia
This is an old deal which was initiated with PLMN time April 2018. See below link

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...illion-refinery-petchem-project-idUSKBN1HH36U
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia
Its a misleading post. The $44 Billion deal was done in April 2018 when Saudi ARAMCO, AMARCO invested 50% in 44 billion dollar deal.
again the Fat-Wh0-e is lying and trying to mislead people.


https://www.google.com/search?q=sau...ome..69i57.13150j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
 

chandaa

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Like farted leader like farted fat patwari. These clowns have no shame as they are deliberately doing all this propoganda.
 

islamabadi

Minister (2k+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia
Ullu k pathey since when did India have or not have a religion? India is a secular country not a kafir....khotey ki aulaad....and its not India its bharat you dumbass....there is no country in the world named India....in the indian constitution the official name is Bharat
 

shapik

Senator (1k+ posts)
ye loag (@FatAmigo , mhafeez , JohnSnow, Insaaf4Tyrain , Shah Shatranj )
Inki zindagi mai ajkal sukhut depression hai .... dhoond rahai hotai hain kai koi baat about pakistan negative miljai takai inki depression thori kum ho. Research ker koi koi link le ker ajatai hain ke dekho pakistan doob raha hai .... din mai jub tuk aik aad pakistan ko na tabah kerdain inko sakoon nahi ata
 

wamufti

Senator (1k+ posts)
Saudia needs allies in this region for geo political reasons. Also most of Europe and Americas is reducing dependecy on crude oil and moving to other greener fuel sources. 2 nations which still heavily depend and will be in foreseeable future on oil are China and India.
It makes sense that Saudi protect its interest by helping India and China(via - Pakistan) to fulfill there oil needs.
What we need to negotiate are dams(storage and generation), clean water for drinking and irrigation, free trade and access to markets, peace (enough with Saudi/Iran proxy wars in Pakistan)
 

Moula Jutt

Minister (2k+ posts)
انویسٹمنٹ سعودیہ کر رھا ھے اور کیڑا موٹی بنڈ کو کاٹ رھا ھے۔
سعودی اینڈیا انوسٹ کرے یا چاند پے
تو جا اپنی سوجی ھوئی خارش زدہ کنڈی کا علاج کروا باوجی خاکروب کی طرح کسی زنانہ واڈ میں
 

ZAhmad

Councller (250+ posts)
Fat Cunt, use your brain to think not your ass. You make it sound like IK is getting the refinery set up in his Bani Gala backyard and all profits will go to him.
 

Will_Bite

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !
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http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia
Moron.....refinery with India was agreed on long before Pak refinery came into the picture. Plus, $44 billion for India is about the same as $4 billion for Pakistan. India has10 times as much population.

PS. Gwadar Refinery is a $10 billion investment, and will be a game changer because of its location. India's refinery is merely to cover its domestic requirements. But you are free to mope.
 

OSP

MPA (400+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia
Whats ur point?
 

Typhoon

Senator (1k+ posts)
Saudia Announces $44 Billion joint oil refinery with Kafir India

and

Youthias are celebrating that

Corwn Prince will sign a $4 billion oil refinery with Imran Niazi !


The first state visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to India later this month will be a historic event, India’s ambassador to the Kingdom said Thursday.
Ahmed Javed told media the two countries would sign agreements across different sectors including energy, infrastructure, housing, tourism and information technology.
The deals would attract potential infrastructure investment and boost development in India, he said.

India and Saudi Arabia enjoyed cordial and friendly ties that were deeply rooted in a shared history and nurtured by vibrant personal exchanges, he said. These links had been strengthened over the years through trade and commercial ties, the ambassador added.
Last month Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah teamed up with Indian hotelier Oyo to support the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan and improve hospitality in Makkah and Madinah.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has visited India three times, meeting Indian authorities to discuss energy sector investment, while Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement with an Indian consortium to jointly develop a $44 billion refinery in the western port town of Ratnagiri.

Accompanying the crown prince will be a high-level delegation, including ministers and leading Saudi businessmen, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).
Bilateral trade was $27.48 billion during the last financial year, making Saudi Arabia India’s fourth-largest largest trading partner, the MEA said in a statement issued earlier this week. It added that the Kingdom also supplies around 20 percent of India’s crude requirements.
Nearly 3 million Indians live in Saudi Arabia, making them the largest expatriate group in Saudi Arabia, it said. “Their positive and highly appreciated contribution to the development of their host country has been an important anchor of our excellent bilateral engagement. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also facilitates Hajj pilgrimage to over 175,000 Indians every year.”

The crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Feb. 16 and will stay there for two days. He will be in India from Feb. 19 to 20.

http://www.arabnews.com/node/1452306/saudi-arabia

Why are you in panic? Insane patwari !
If Saudi Arabia is dealing with India what is the point in criticizing PTI or the pakistani government?
Are you in your senses or did you eat too much donkey biryani?
 

Glock

Senator (1k+ posts)
I fail to understand why members start commenting on this Fat Amigo Fat Cuunt schizophrenic threads!

The SOB is on LSD..... Let him die his death in jealousy....
 

TONIC

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Compare last ten years total investment and then check how much IK got that’s the starting point secondly India and Pakistan has no comparison because of our GDP gaps and wrong policies of past IK got a bad start whereas in India they have continued at same economic policies since Narsima Rao became PM that’s the fundamental difference.

Yes I agree Youthias are celebrating too much for too little but why Chutiyas are so upset !!!
 

kingQ

Minister (2k+ posts)
Compare last ten years total investment and then check how much IK got that’s the starting point secondly India and Pakistan has no comparison because of our GDP gaps and wrong policies of past IK got a bad start whereas in India they have continued at same economic policies since Narsima Rao became PM that’s the fundamental difference.

Yes I agree Youthias are celebrating too much for too little but why Chutiyas are so upset !!!
It means Narendra Modi is a better Prime Minister than Imran Niazi because Modi got this huge investment of 44 billion dollars. It seems a little man is holding a big office in Pakistan.
 
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